Reflections on the Origin and the Stability of the State by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
The Hobbesian State remains in a perpetual state of nature
Who governs the governors? It's turtles all the way down...
The State itself isn't bound by any outside enforcer, so no external 3rd party exists to hold it accountable; the State is in a state of anarchy!
The State as the mafia with a flag, the organization of authoritarian sociopaths who live off productive people
The procedures of government are just public relations bs
The basic structure of all government comes from the desperation of the authoritarian sociopathic personality within any given community realizing that they have nothing of value (no product or service) to offer their neighbors in voluntarily trade
Those in government love the idea of forcing others to provide for them
The mainstream media's complicity, and government schools' as indoctrination camps
supplemental reading: The Underground History of American Education by John Taylor Gatto
The gravity well of governmental coercion and corruption
You don't need to steal to provide a product of service
Fear of productiveness and the hatred of the good for being the good
The cover-up: collectivistic and altruistic propaganda, and the ethics of sacrifice
Governmental employees true motives are the opposite of their rhetoric
If you have to deal with a governmental bureaucrat, ask them this pointed question: Other than the threat of physical violence, what is the nature of the relationship between you (and your violent organization) and me?
Making coercive thugs pay a spiritual price, just by asking some simple questions and making some simple ethical observations
The State is a legal fiction; thus, there can be no crimes against the State
An alternative pledge of allegiance: I pledge allegiance to the logic of my own life and my own well-being and to my own happiness for which it stands, one mind independent, purposeful, with liberty and justice for me
Neither bullets nor ballot: Violence, including the vote, cannot bring liberty by Wendy McElroy
"Benjamin Tucker maintained that one could no more attack government by electing politicians than one could prevent crime by becoming a criminal"
No one has the right to a position of power over others; something Ron Paul Revolutionaries need to integrate
Most people are conflicted philosophically, so their integrity suffers
Essentially, voting is violence
"Anarchism analyzes the State as an institution whose purpose is to violate rights in order to secure benefits to a privileged class...Thus, the political anarchist must explain why he aspires to an office he proclaims inherently unjust"
The contradictory ideas and behavior of most Free State Project members (http://freestateproject.org)
Rationalizing taking governmental jobs...
Another question for governmental employees: If what you're doing is so valuable to the community, why don't you offer it on a voluntary basis?
Exposing a contradictory code of ethics
Various Free Staters' bad plan of joining the mafia and convincing their fellow coercers that putting down the guns will be a good thing
Exposing the psychological, emotional, landscape...
Transitioning mentally to the ethics of complete liberty; the growing snowball of awareness
Making people aware of their fear of good ideas
Message to Free Staters: Joining a criminal gang in order to get rid of criminality won't achieve freedom
Freeing your personal life from statist mentalities, and then strategizing a plan to free your political life from statist mentalities
Getting personal with those who seek to rule over you
Signs of Autumn by B.R. Merrick
The violence of elections taken to its logical conclusion--guns pointed at you
One reason that political anarchism (or any form of minarchism) will never work: Productive and respectful people will never want to get involved with the insanity and evil of politics
Ron Paul's contradictions
You "win" in politics by being a very crafty, deceiving, equivocating coercer--Obama as icon for this sociopathy
bumper music "Bomb the World" from Everyone Deserves Music album by Michael Franti
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